Anthony Joshua took a tour of his native hometown Sagamu in Ogun state as he arrived Nigeria – The heavyweight champ visited the palace of Elepe of Epe and Akarigbo of Remoland where he had close conversations with the monarchs – Joshua did not go alone, as with him was his 4-year-old son Joseph Bayley Temiloluwa Joshua known as JJ Two-time world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua visited his native hometown Sagamu in Ogun state on Wednesday, February 19, where he was given a heroic welcome by his delighted kinsmen. The visit came barely six months he came to Nigeria and paid a courtesy visit to Makoko area of Lagos state ahead of his much-anticipated fight against Mexican heavyweight star Andy Ruiz Jr. Joshua arrived in Nigeria probably on Wednesday morning, and the pugilist quickly took to work by getting himself enrolled into the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) data, though the process was dragged into the whirlpool of criticism.
Anthony Joshua visited his hometown, Sagamu, today with his son Prince Joseph Bayley Temiloluwa Joshua.
It is a long way home. Joshua does not forget the roots.
Son of the soil.